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Home / Journals / International Journal of Literature and Arts / Musical Theory, Psychology, Pedagogy and Performing
Musical Theory, Psychology, Pedagogy and Performing
Department of Musical Education, Academy of Music, Dance and Fine Arts, Plovdiv, Bulgaria
Guest Editors
Ludmil Borisov Petkov
Department of Musical Education, Academy of Music, Dance and Fine Arts
Plovdiv, Bulgaria
Department of Musical Education, Academy of Music, Dance and Fine Arts
Plovdiv, Bulgaria
Professor Kostadin Buradzhiev
Department of Music and Dance, Academy of Music, Dance and Fine Arts
Plovdiv, Bulgaria
Department of Keyboard Instruments, Faculty of Music Pedagogy, Academy of Music, Dance and Fine Arts
Plovdiv, Bulgaria
Departament of Theory and History of music; Faculty of Music Pedagogy; Academy of Music, Dance and Fine Arts - Plovdiv
Plovdiv, Bulgaria
Faculty of Music Pedagogy, Academy of Music Dance and Fine Arts
Plovdiv, Bulgaria
Department of Music, Faculty of Pedagogy, Plovdiv University of Paisii Hilendarski
Soria, Sofia, Bulgaria
Faculty of Musical Education, Academy of Music, Dance and Fine Arts
Plovdiv, Bulgaria
Department of Piano and accordion, Dance and Fine Arts-Plovdiv, Academy of Music
Plovdiv, Bulgaria
Faculty of Musical Education, Academy of Music, Dance anf Fine Arts
Plovdiv, Bulgaria
Paper List
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Authors: Krasimira Georgieva Fileva-Ruseva
Pages: 1-13 Published Online: Jun. 18, 2015
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Authors: Milena Bogdanova
Pages: 14-24 Published Online: Jun. 18, 2015
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Authors: Galina Dimova Georgieva
Pages: 25-30 Published Online: Jun. 18, 2015
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Authors: Penka Pencheva Mincheva
Pages: 31-36 Published Online: Jun. 23, 2015
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Authors: Penka Pencheva Mincheva
Pages: 37-42 Published Online: Jun. 30, 2015
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Authors: Nikolay Ivanov Stoykov
Pages: 43-49 Published Online: Jun. 30, 2015
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Authors: Jean Stefanov Pehlivanov
Pages: 50-54 Published Online: Jun. 30, 2015
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Authors: Zdravka Hvarkata
Pages: 55-61 Published Online: Jul. 3, 2015
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Authors: Krasimira Georgieva Fileva-Ruseva
Pages: 62-71 Published Online: Jul. 4, 2015
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Authors: Zhang Li, Huaifu Wang, Zhiwei Yang
Pages: 72-76 Published Online: Sep. 11, 2015
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Authors: Julian Kujumdzhiev
Pages: 77-82 Published Online: Sep. 28, 2015
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Introduction
The edition "Musical Theory, Psychology, Pedagogy and Performing" provides space for exchange of ideas related to the musical art. The announced broad problematics integrates diverse issues in the field of musical theory, history, folklore, church music, psychology of music, composing, performance, perception, professional musical education, mass musical education.

In the era of globalization with particular sharpness stand out the issues of sustentation of the national identity, of exploring the traditions and worldviews of other nations, too. In this sense valuable are the attempts to be presented the Bulgarian folk musical art and performance with its refreshing diversity and catching vitality and also that of the professional Bulgarian composers' school.
Since in the difficult centuries of our history when our country has lost its sovereignty, powerful factors for the preservation of our nation were the musical folklore and the religion, in the edition this respect is reflected by considering issues of Orthodox church music.A problem of increasing significance is the school aggression. One way to counteract it is to acquire the ability to "adopt" of the others' feelings, to become empathic. This skill can be developed through music from early childhood.

The music of composers such as Bach and Mozart is so rich that in the 21st century we can still say something new about it. This is the subject of the articles, related to the interpretation of the works of Bach and to the parameters of the transcription for piano.

Aims and Scope:

1. Musical theory
2. Musical history
3. Musical folklore
4. Church music
5. Musical psychology
6. Musical works
7. Composing music
8. Performing music
9. Perception of music
10. Mass musical education
11. Professional musical education
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